Fujifilm Corporation introduced another advancement in producing instant photos to its customers. The INSTAX SHARE SP-1 Printer is compatible with smartphones and tablets where instant photos can be printed at any place and at no particular time. The device prints tangible photos (same outputs of Instax Mini 50s) of any photo you have on your phone, acts as its own WiFi hotspot and works with both iOS and Android devices.
According to?Fujifilm USA, the new INSTAX SHARE Printer was made available last May 2014 for $199.95.?The INSTAX SHARE SP-1 is compact and stylish. It has two green LED indicators ? one that shows remaining film and one that displays battery status. The INSTAX SHARE SP-1 uses widely-available INSTAX mini film that is ISO 800 speed, and produces sharp, clear images with vivid color and natural skin tones in a print that is 2″ x 3″.
How to Use
1.)??? Link the printer with the smartphone
2.)??? Turn on the printer and it will send an ad hoc WiFi signal out. You need to turn your WiFi settings on your smartphone then find the ad hoc Wi-Fi signal and select it.
3.)??? You should be connected by now. Open the Instax Share App (available on Google Play Store and App Store) and you can freely choose any photo from your photo gallery to print.
4.)??? Once the chosen image has been received by the printer, you will have to have to wait for approximately 16 seconds to print. Using two CR2 lithium batteries as its power source, the printer can produce about 100 prints per fully charged set of batteries.
1.)??? Real Time Template ? Date, Time, Temperature and Humidity will be included in the frame.
2.)??? Limited Edition Template ? Made especially for precious people by numbering the photos to make Limited Edition look legit.
3.)??? SNS Template ? For Facebook and Instagram
4.)??? Square Template ? Photos cropped square will fit perfectly in the frame
5.)??? Seasonal Template ? Perfect for any occasion
6.)??? Standard Template ? If the only thing you want to stand out is your photo
Fujifilm Intelligence Filter uses optimum processing technology that can make dark photos bright. Filters also include Black & White and Sepia.
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